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Fire at Cedar Glen Mobile Home Park quickly extinguished

POULSBO — Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire Feb. 21 at Cedar Glen…

 

Bremerton officials: Make Harrison Bremerton a 100-bed community hospital

POULSBO — Bremerton city officials asked CHI Franciscan officials Feb. 21 to…

 

Two arrested in Silverdale in connection with Feb. 18 murder

SILVERDALE — A 23-year-old Silverdale man was arrested Feb. 21 on suspicion…

  • Feb 21st, 2017

 

Branding webinar hosted Feb. 22 by city of Port Orchard

PORT ORCHARD — A series of webinars from Roger Brooks International about…

Port Orchard community volunteer Jessie Turner dies

PORT ORCHARD — Community organizer and Fathoms O’ Fun stalwart Jessie Turner…

Homicide victim identified; detectives say no connection to Careaga murders

SEABECK — The man found dead in the road late Feb. 18…

  • Feb 21st, 2017

Another homicide in Seabeck; 30-year-old man found dead in road near Scenic Beach State Park

SEABECK – A person found in the road on the 9300 block…

  • Feb 19th, 2017

Opponents see parallels between FDR, Trump’s executive orders

ONLINE: Watch KING5’s special report, “Prisoners in the Own Land,” about the…

  • Feb 20th, 2017

Democrats seek to shield Washingtonians from president’s executive orders

By ENRIQUE PEREZ DE LA ROSA WNPA Olympia News Bureau OLYMPIA —…

  • Feb 18th, 2017

Universities’ closed-door selection process sparks Senate oversight proposal

OLYMPIA — Applicants for top leadership positions at universities may have to…

Weekend DUI emphasis patrol dedicated to nurse killed by wrong-way driver

Victim will be remembered at event in county commissioners chambers

Health, resource fair for seniors and their families on March 4

PORT ORCHARD — The fifth annual South Kitsap Health and Senior Resource…

Several county roads impacted by repairs | The Road Report

PORT ORCHARD — Several Kitsap County roads are closed now and into…

Port Orchard Boulevard closed daylight hours on Feb. 21

Roadway undergoing repairs

“A memory, a monologue, a rant and a prayer”: Tonight’s benefit supports YWCA of Kitsap

BREMERTON — Support the YWCA of Kitsap County with a lot of…

North Kitsap School District superintendent candidates will be interviewed Feb. 25

POULSBO — Six semifinalists for the position of North Kitsap School District…

  • Feb 20th, 2017

A Moment in Time: 11:45 a.m. Feb. 16, 2017

Puget Sound Navy Museum parkway

Stand in protects the port

Barge Kuskokwim Trader serves as a temporary breakwater at Bremerton until USS Turner Joy returns

Public hearing Feb. 21 on Harrison Medical Center move

POULSBO – A public hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m. Feb. 21…

  • Feb 16th, 2017

Student allegedly handed out drug-laced candy

KINGSTON — The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an alleged incident…

Wave Broadband adding more zip to its internet speed

PORT ORCHARD — Wave Broadband customers within the city of Port Orchard…

Kitsap Builds Bridges, Not Walls: A vigil to show diversity support in our own community

BREMERTON — Locals Brian Watson and Sally Jo Martine want the Kitsap…

Washington cities group offering scholarship award

PORT ORCHARD — As a member of the Association of Washington Cities,…

South Kitsap school board to give construction bond talk a rest

In the wake of South Kitsap School District’s bond measure election defeat, board members say voters unwilling to support a second high school

Wolfle fifth-graders’ symphony to be performed at Benaroya Hall

The composers smiled as they reflected on the process of helping to create the winning composition to be performed by the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall in March.

Kitsap County will pay $5.5 million in crash settlement

County also agrees to install an additional street light at crosswalk within three months

Cause of fatal Port Orchard fire still under investigation

PORT ORCHARD — A residential home fire on Horizon Lane in Port…

Pilfering in a parking lot, a slippery thief and RV arguing | Port Orchard Police

PORT ORCHARD — The following summaries are derived from reports filed over…

Kitsap County officials busy counting votes for Feb. 14 election

Ballots are due by 8 p.m. Feb. 14. (Sara Miller/Kitsap News Group)

$172.6 million bond measure comes up short; levy ‘yes’ votes prevail

South Kitsap School District asked voters to approve a school bond to update the safety and security of current schools in the district as well as build a second comprehensive high school. The Feb. 14 special election was the third attempt by the school board, having most recently failed in April.

Disputed trees in downtown Bremerton came down on Valentine’s Day

BREMERTON — It was not a happy Valentine’s Day for some Bremerton…

Handmade soaps now available at Public Market

By Bob Smith Kitsap News Group PORT ORCHARD — The Public Market…

Blue Water Inn owners: ‘I guess we’re homeless, too’

Only affordable housing for non-seniors in Kingston went up in smoke Feb. 8

South Kitsap NJROTC claims first in districts

The South Kitsap NROTC Wolf Battalion competed in its third meet Feb.…

Cause of fatal Port Orchard fire still under investigation

PORT ORCHARD — A residential home fire on Horizon Lane in Port…

County government’s website redesigned with mobile phone access in mind

PORT ORCHARD — While sharing the familiar shades of blue of its…

Careaga murder investigator: ‘We want to make sure that when we make an arrest, that the person is found guilty’

It’s been 18 days since three members of the Careaga family were murdered in their Seabeck home, which was then set on fire, and 16 days since John D. Careaga’s body was found in his burned truck at a different location. Here’s the status of the case

South Kitsap School District special-election ballots due 8 p.m. Feb. 14

South Kitsap School District is asking voters to approve a school bond to update the safety and security of current schools in the district as well as build a second comprehensive high school. The Feb. 14 special election is the third attempt by the school board, having most recently failed in April.

Hansville native helps keep fellow sailors in good health

SAN DIEGO — Petty Officer 2nd Class Samantha Brown, a native of…

  • Feb 13th, 2017

Poulsbo man reportedly aboard fishing boat missing in Alaska

A Poulsbo woman tells KOMO News that her husband is one of six crew members onboard a 98-foot crab boat reported missing in the Bering Sea near St. George, Alaska

  • Feb 14th, 2017